Element Magick What is Element Magick?
Element, or natural magick, entails the use of the four fundamental elements found innature; Fire, Earth, Air, and Water as the main focus of your spells. Each of the four elements can be used to magickally draw things towards yourself, or to drive themaway. By this time, you should have built a working relationship with the elements,from having invited them into your ritual space in the past. One of the main reasonsthat we call the elements to our circle is so that we can merge the energy of the landaround us with our personal energy, and the Divine Essence to produce a profoundmatrix of power that we can call upon at any time.The four elements can be used alone or together, however, it is best that you only useone element at a time in the beginning of your studies and work with the elements.Like all aspects of nature, the four elements have their positive as well as their negative attributes. To work with the elements you must have an understanding of each of them and how they work. When working with the elements, you need toalways match your endeavor to the appropriate element.
The Element of Fire
Fire can create and fire can destroy. Working with the element of fire often takes theform of moving energies away from your self. Often a person would write thesituation of problem on a piece of paper and then burn the paper while calling uponthe element of fire to “burn away” the problem. However, with the exception of candle magick, which is slightly more complicated, drawing energies to ones self isan aspect of fire magick not often touched upon in discussions of fire magick.To work with the element of fire in this way, visualize your magickal goal in theflames of a fire that you have built yourself, or perhaps, the rising Sun. As youvisualize your goal say aloud or to yourself:
I link my desire;To this fire; As it grows warm, My will takes form!
The element of fire is associated with transformation, healing and passion. It is both physical and spiritual, being related to sexuality and to divinity